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Come so far (Got so far to go): 32 Years of The Americans With Disabilities Act.

On July 5, 1978, 19 disabled activists positioned themselves in downtown Denver’s busy intersection of Broadway and Colfax. For two days, they used their wheelchairs to surround several Regional Transportation District (RTD) buses and block them from operating. There was no need to question what they wanted as they shouted it frequently throughout their protest.… Continue reading Come so far (Got so far to go): 32 Years of The Americans With Disabilities Act.

My Thoughts on Accessibility of NFTs and Web3

Almost every day for the past six months, I have run into some type of discussion and debate about Web3. A quick explanation of Web3 is that of a decentralized Internet where applications and platforms will no longer be operated by centralized entities like Google, Apple, or Facebook but individual users and builders. One of… Continue reading My Thoughts on Accessibility of NFTs and Web3

Heracles standing in front of the Hydra of Lerna with sword drawn, Second Labor of Heracles

The Twelve Labors of Accessibility

The one type of question I’m most asked is what my role as an accessibility professional requires. I usually stick to a technical answer knowing it’s what most people want to hear. My daily tasks and responsibilities. My current position consists of consulting with designers, developers, and testers on issues, researching approaches and solutions, creating… Continue reading The Twelve Labors of Accessibility